Let’s go deep down the rabbit hole and celebrate the birthday of Lewis Caroll, the author of Alice in Wonderland!
Alice in Wonderland is one of the most influential, albeit extremely strange books of modern literature. The whole experience of reading it is as surreal as it can get, and you’ll quickly become mad as a hatter! Since today is the birthday of the iconic book’s author, Lewis Caroll, let’s have a rumble dedicated to his work! Send in your best Alice in Wonderland-themed photos, from the Cheshire cat, Tweedledum and Tweedledee looking fellows, to your intricate Mad Hatter impression! 10 Piggies will go to 5 Lomographers with the most awe inspiring submissions. Good luck!
5 winners of 10 Piggies
Photos should be taken with an analogue camera. Please keep in mind our Wonderland theme.
Photos must be at least 576px in width or height
Don’t forget to tag your photo uploads (Camera, Film, Accessory)
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